Category Archives: Features

Kettering’s remarkable career coming to a close

By Grace Gerardi Evidence of Batavia High School’s past presents itself in ways both small and large: trophies standing proudly in display cases, the names and years emblazoned on pennants hanging from the gymnasium ceiling, and, of course, teachers who

Classic rock is forever

By Alexa Garcia As time passes, new genres of music form, but some people are still drawn to music produced 20 years ago. There is something about classic rock that entrances audiences to continue to keep coming back to it.

Nick Benson: Star athlete tackles the competition

By: Brad Balicki A timeout is called; the competition has been dominating all night and it was Nick Benson’s choice to either accept his defeat or hustle up and come back strong from the 10-point deficit. Benson does exactly that

Key Club making impact on community

By Wah Htoo Key club is a volunteering club that rounds kids together to help the community and improve their character. They do multiple activities and have many members. ”Key club is a student lag association,”  said president Maggie Keating.

Sego’s freshman year proves highly successful

She launches herself off the diving blocks and heads straight for the water. Her body glides through the water with her arms moving rapidly and her legs kicking with great force. Traveling the pool end to end she pushes through

Juarez spike’s up the court

By Brooke Meyer No. 15 on the court, playing for Batavia High School, slams the ball straight down the middle on the opposing side of the net, breaking the tie with Batavia’s biggest rivals, Geneva. No. 15 happens to be

Alissa Chu, varsity athlete and hard working student

A dancer who often places at nationals, Alissa Chu is a freshman here at Batavia High School. Often described as dedicated and hardworking, she takes many honor and AP classes as a freshman, along with being on the varsity dance

Woods grows from involvement in wrestling, choir

By Logan Elders Everyone has a talent or skill, but what makes us different is the matter of if we truly use those talents. Shelby Woods is someone who uses her talents to go above and beyond, her friends say.

Morris’ ‘fighter personality’ will bring success in military

By Sarah Hager Most 18-year-old girls do not aspire to one day serve in the military. However, this is the goal of Batavia High School senior Kate Morris. In the upcoming school year, Morris will be packing her bags and

Chahmirzadi rocks the drumline

By Maggie Boersma The drums pound, their loud sound ringing through the air. It echoes around the room, the beats growing into a song. The drum line participates in several competitions and performs many times. The season of drum line